Just a quick news note. Reports today from Scott French on ESPN and Adam Serrano on the league website note that two goalkeepers have been released by Chivas USA during training camp: Kevin Guppy and Carl Woszczynski. Guppy was a pool keeper for the league, and has spent time with Chivas as well as the Portland Timbers, and used Carson as his training base. Earlier this offseason, the signs seemed to indicate that Guppy was going to be signed, especially after he was touted by the club in a community appearance in December. According to French, he's going on trial to another MLS club, so he may have asked for the release to get a new chance to find a club. Also, he may have originally been in the front office's plans, but the signing of Tim Melia may have meant they wanted to go in a different direction.
Meanwhile, Woszczynski only spent a few days with the club overall, apparently failing to catch Robin Fraser's eye. He was a supplemental draftee of the Chicago Fire last month, but was released prior to joining Chivas. He may now go to a new MLS club, or he might try his luck in a lower level of the professional pyramid.
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